M.Tech, B-Tech

Anju M. Kaimal currently serves as Research Associate in Amrita Center for Wireless Networks & Applications (AmritaWNA).


M. Tech. (Computational Engineering & Networking), Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, 2011- 2013
B. Tech. (Computer Science and Engineering), Toc H Institute of Science and Technology, CUSAT, Cochin, 2005- 2009


  • Research Associate, Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Application, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, 2014- Now
    Mainly involved for developing a mobility model for fishing vessels and implementing network level simulation for the proposed architecture in MICRONet
  • Program Analyst, Cognizant Technology Solution Coimbatore, India, 2013- 2014
    Involved in development of software for MetLife India Insurance in .Net Framework .
  • Graduate Apprentice Trainee(under 1974 act), Hindusthan Newsprint Limited Kottayam, India, 2010–2011
    Involved in support and Troubleshooting of ERP systems.


  • Attended a 3 days hands on training on the topic "Simulation of Wired and Wireless Networks in ns-3 (SWN 2015)," NIT Surathkal,Karnataka,India, June 2015.
  • Attended a 2 days workshop on the topic "Next Generation RF and Wireless Technologies for Rural India," IIITDM, Kancheepuram,Chennai,India, June 2015.
  • Presented a Poster, Analyzing several candidate architecture for MICRONet, ITRA Review Workshop, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, As part of the ITRA evaluation of MICRONet project, 2015
  • Three day hands on session at First National conference on Sparse Image and Signal Processing, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, 2012
  • Seminar on "WiMAX:IEEE 802.16 - Wireless MANs and its advantages over Wi fi," B.Tech Final Year Academic Seminar, 2009


Micronet - Mobile Infrastructure for Coastal Region Offshore Communications & Networks, sponsored by ITRA.

Work Involved

Mainly involved for developing a mobility model for fishing vessels and implementing network level simulation for the proposed architecture in MICRONet

Detailed achievements:

  • Requirement definition for MICRONet
  1. Interview with fisherman and boat owners(Kollam)
  2. Discussion with Indian Navy, Cochin
  3. Survey on state of the art solutions
  • Development of mobility model for fishing vessel
  1. Collection and analysis of real time GPS data from the fishing ves-sels
  2. Formulation of mobility model
  •  Survey of existing mobility models
  •  Dividing the real data into 7 phases and modelling those phases with exisiting or with newly developed models
  • Familiarization with ns-3 platform for network simulation


  • 2012: A General Flexible Audio Blind Source Separation System with the aid of ICA(Independent Component Analysis), NMF(Non Negative Matrix Factorization).
  • 2011: Optical Character Recognition(OCR) on Handwritten Sanskrit with Aid of support Vector machines and K – means clustering


Publication Type: Conference Proceedings

Year of Publication Title


R. Anand, Jose Jesmi Alphonsa, Anju M Kaimal, and Dr. Sreedevi K Menon, “Analysis of High Gain Dual Beam Pentagonal Patch Antenna Array”, 36th Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium. 2015.

Publication Type: Journal Article

Year of Publication Title


R. Anand, M. Manju, Anju M Kaimal, N.V. Veenaa, and Chithra, R., “Teaching computational thinking in probability using spread sheet simulation”, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, vol. 2, 2012.[Abstract]

Probability is an effective mathematical tool to calculate the likelihood at various instances rising as a effective research area. The programmers are continuously trying to accomplish full automation system in real world applications which can be made possible only through the effective calculation of probability in various circumstances. Though probability is very much important, the students and teachers are not obtaining the full experience of theory because of the lack of
proper tools for exploring it. This paper has concentrated on bringing up some basic probability terms and implementation in Microsoft Excel which could be understood by all from the scratch.

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